The Duchess of Cambridge has made her second public appearance, since she and the Duke announced that royal baby number three is on the way.
Kate, who has been suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum , a severe form of morning sickness, surprised staff and children as she joined Princes William and Harry for a kids’ charity morning at Paddington Station in London.
She showed off a hint of her growing baby bump in a peach and black Raised Flower Fitted Dress by Irish fashion designer Orla Kiely .
The pencil style frock has sold out, but originally retailed at £139. Kate teamed it with a pair of black block heel courts and a matching clutch, as she met Paddington Bear himself.
While some fans of her style believe that Kate was hinting at the sex of her baby , with her blue lace Temperley dress for the World Mental Health Day reception , she’s thrown everyone off now with the pink-peach hue.
The Duchess also appeared to have had a haircut, with her locks noticeably chopped back to her ‘middy’ style she sported at Wimbledon earlier this year.
Her outfit is a classic Kate look, a slight departure from her more experimental style of late. We don’t blame the Duchess for going for the safe option, especially as she’s been poorly, but we hope we to see her back in her bold block colours and prints during this pregnancy